With continuing technological innovation, there are numerous boiler options available for both steam and hydronic applications. Sometimes too many options combined with having to consider each manufacturer’s claims can be confusing and overwhelming.
As buildings and their infrastructures age, the need to replace traditional boilers is becoming more frequent. When performing a boiler retrofit and converting the system from non-condensing to condensing, there are several items to consider to optimize safety, reliability, and efficiency. These items range from control schemes to installation considerations.
Properly maintaining your boiler system is critical to maintaining a safe operation. Knowing what tasks should be performed daily, weekly, monthly, semi-annually and annually will ensure your boiler system continues to run reliably and optimally.
Electric and Electrode boilers are effective at providing space and process heating while being 100% emissions free and highly efficient at all operating points.
HOSTED BY CLEAVER-BROOKS WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24, 2020 @ 2:00PM EDT CLICK HERE TO REGISTER There are a number of factors that are important to consider when installing either a steam …
Converting existing boiler room equipment may be the best alternative when it is not viable or economical to replace the entire boiler system or associated capital equipment, and many times conversion offers the best return on investment. Retrofitting existing boiler room equipment can help reduce unscheduled downtime, provide enhanced safety improvements and more.
Parallel positioning controls help a burner to optimize its fuel-to-air ratio by using dedicated motorized actuators for the fuel and air valves. These parallel positioning controls directly tie into the electronic firing rate control, enabling more efficient and consistent performance.
The Internet of Things (IoT) helps make companies smarter and more efficient, and the boiler room is no exception. There are several parameters that can be monitored in real-time on a boiler system to provide operational insights. The resulting data can help operators and facility managers make informed decisions to boost efficiency, prevent or reduce downtime, improve safety, and provide peace of mind. Learn the fundamental requirements for IoT in the boiler room and how to enable legacy boiler equipment to be connected.
Canceled due to COVID-19
SEPTEMBER 29-30, 2020
The overall objective of this course is to make the attendee more knowledgeable about what a boiler is, how it operates, and what ancillary equipment is required to support its operation. Additionally, the program stresses safety and the proper operating practices required to maximize efficient, safe, and reliable service of the equipment.